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A Quick Look Into The Ethereum Powered AKASHA Project

The AKASHA project is dubbed a next-generation social media network powered by the Ethereum (ETH) world computer and embedded into the Inter-Planetary File System (IPFS). It is a project that we’ve been keeping an eye on along with a few… Continue Reading →

New Materia1 Decred (DCR) ASIC Miners in the Works

It seems that there is a second company working on a Decred (DCR) ASIC miner, so it will not only be the recently announced Obelisk DCR1 apparently. There are two models announced for the moment from DCRasic – Materia 1… Continue Reading →

Crypto-CoinZ is a New Profit Comparison Calculator and Cryptocoin Network Stats Website

Crypto-CoinZ.net is a new specialized crypto portal for miners and crypto enthusiasts. They provide a multi coin / multi algorithm profits comparison calculator that includes every Equihash and NeoScrypt based crypto currencies, as well as several X11, Xevan, Tribus, Lyra2Z… Continue Reading →

HitBTC Has Added Bitcoin Gold (BTG) for Deposits and Trading

The first larger crypto currency exchange to enable support for deposits (address generation) as well as trading of the new Bitcoin Gold (BTG) fork is HitBTC. Trading markets for BTG are available for Bitcoin, Ethereum and USDT, though the BTC… Continue Reading →

mkxminer is a New Assembler-optimized Lyra2rev2 Miner for AMD GPUs

There is a new closed source miner for the Lyra2rev2 algorithm available for AMD GPUs that is supposed to bring up the performance for owners of AMD-based mining rigs to a similar level of performance currently available to Nvidia mining… Continue Reading →

CoinCheckup – Cryptocoin Analysis and Investment Stats

CoinCheckup is an interesting website that can help you get more insight into a crypto currency than just the basic info or ratings based on current market capitalization. Currently the website lists 430 crypto coins giving you an easy to… Continue Reading →

More on Gigabyte Windforce VGA Fans For GPU Mining Rigs

We have recently talked about how you can Fix problematic fans of Gigabyte Windforce VGAs as the company tends to use cheaper sleeve bearing fans that are more prone to failure when used for GPU mining rigs. Interestingly enough Gigabyte… Continue Reading →

Genesis Mining With Limited Pre-Sale of Bitcoin Cloud Mining Hashrate

It seems that due to the peak of price and interest in Bitcoin (BTC) even the largest cloud mining companies like Genesis Mining are having trouble securing enough mining equipment in larger quantities fast in order to satisfy the growing… Continue Reading →

Bitcoin Gold (BTG) To Launch Mining on 12th November (7:00 UTC)

The Bitcoin Gold (BTG) team has announced the official launch time for the mainnet (currently on testnet) when the mining of the coin will become possible and its actual integration into exchanges and hopefully coin distribution and coins being possible… Continue Reading →

The Segwit2x Fork of Bitcoin Has Been Cancelled

It is official now – the Segwit2x effort as a solution for Bitcoins scalability problem has been cancelled for the moment and it will not happen at least in its current format. The lack of consensus supporting Segwit2x is the… Continue Reading →

ICO Business Be Like SPAM All Over The Place

Do you wonder why there are some Bitcointalk ICO announcement threads with a lot of activity, even though the user posts seem crappy, pointless or weird or why you get emails promoting new ICOs for no apparent reason? Well, it… Continue Reading →

Obelisk DCR1, the First Decred (DCR) ASIC Miner Announced

Some of you might remember that back in June Sia has announced their plans to develop a dedicated SiaCoin (SC) ASIC miner called the Obelisc SC1 capable of 300+ GH/S at 500W or less power consumption according to the latest… Continue Reading →

Storj is Now Out of Beta, Get 25GB Free Decentralized Storage

Just about a week ago we have covered our 1 month long test of Storj while the service was still in beta and now they have announced that the Beta stage is over already. Storj, a Blockchain-based encrypted cloud storage… Continue Reading →

Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070 Ti GPU Sales Start Tomorrow

A couple of days ago Nvidia has announced their new Geforce GTX 1070 Ti series of video cards and has opened pre-orders with the shipping and official sales expected to start tomorrow in most regions around the world. Prior to… Continue Reading →

Fixing Gigabyte Windforce VGA Fans For GPU Mining Rigs

Some of you might remember our guide from last year on How to Maintain and Repair Dual-X and Other Non-Serviceable GPU Fans covering the whole procedure on how you can fix the fans of old mining video cards that use… Continue Reading →

The Latest AMD Radeon Drivers 17.10.2 Bring up to 12 GPU Support Under Windows 10

The latest AMD Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.10.2 drives come with some interesting new features not only for games, but for compute use (including mining). The two of the interesting highlights regarding mining use are the GPU Workload option… Continue Reading →

Nvidia ccMiner Fork With Support for KeccakC for CreativeCoin (CREA)

Here is a ccMiner fork based on alexis78 code, but with added support for the KeccakC algorightm (source) used for CreativeCoin (CREA) mining. KeccakC is a slightly different variation of the Keccak algorithm, but it still requires modified miner to… Continue Reading →

The Bitcoin Gold (BTG) User Activated Soft Fork Happening in Less than 5 Days

Earlier this month we have told you about the upcoming Bitcoin fork called Bitcoin Gold (BTG), but now just a couple of days before it actually happening there are much more details than at the initial announcement. There are still… Continue Reading →

Innosilicon A4+ LTCMaster 620 MHS Scrypt ASIC Up for Pre-order

Innosilicon has put up for pre-order their new A4+ LTCMaster Scrypt ASIC that should be capable of delivering 620 MHS hashrate with 750W ot power usage according to the official information. This is an update from last year’s Innosilicon A4… Continue Reading →

dstm’s ZCash Nvidia Miner v0.5.2 Available For Windows Now

The dstm’s ZCash Nvidia miner has been available for a while and we’ve been keeping a track, but it was only for Linux operating systems – not anymore. With the latest version 0.5.2 the miner is also released for Windows… Continue Reading →

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